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SUZZQ4LIFE SparkPoints: (33,517)
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2/27/14 9:41 A

When I have burned bacon or other foods I always burn a candle to try to get rid of the smell. It might work for your nostrils too. Worth a try.

SHERYLDS Posts: 12,476
2/27/14 8:43 A

neti pots--nasal irrigation system.
they sell them for people with sinus problems
www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_8?url=se
arch-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=neti+p
ot&sprefix=neti+pot%2Caps%2C280


RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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2/27/14 8:00 A

Interesting how some smells can linger.

TENNISJIM Posts: 10,755
2/27/14 6:13 A

wow - never had a smell stuck in my senses

FAITHP44 SparkPoints: (60,600)
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2/27/14 5:35 A

Ah well, that should inspire you to get out for a walk in the park and get the spring is in the air smell!

MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 7,452
2/26/14 11:45 P

Wow! I am sure with time...but you might try saline spray up your nose?
Good Luck

GETSHORTY Posts: 1,370
2/26/14 10:40 P

No, not a cold, but I'm still upset--last night, my mom was sauteeing onions for her pasta sauce and I think she burned them slightly. It actually smelled kind of nice at first, but the burnt onion smell stuck, and is still stuck, in my nose a whole day later!! It's affected my taste of everything--which isn't so pleasant when you're not actually eating onions anymore!! Have you ever gotten a smell stuck in your nose like this and been able to get rid of it? HOW?? I tried a hot steamy shower, and peppermint oil, but no cigar. Maybe just time?...

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